Every year the University of Applied Sciences in Munich awards the Oskar von Miller Awards for outstanding achievments. The awarded categories are "quality in teaching", "excellent degrees", "excellent promotion", "applied research and development" and "partner in practice". This year's award was presented in a virtual ceremony in accordance with current Covid19 restrictions.
Dr. Stefanie Kiderlen was awarded for her outstanding dissertation "Mechanical Properties of Cells and Matrix Investigated by Quantitative Atmoic Force Microscopy". Her cooperative PhD project was supervised by Prof. Dr. Hauke Clausen-Schaumann (HM Munich) and Prof. Dr. Joachim Rädler, (LMU), and successfully completed in 2020.
Prospective Instruments congratulates Dr. Kiderlen and wishes her more successful moment in her career!
Link to dissertation: https://edoc.ub.uni-muenchen.de/25728/
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